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Bayern Munich Could Rejoin Multi-Purpose Arena Project Led By Red Bull

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 26 / 16

The expected return of Uli Hoeneß as Bayern Munich president "could provide Munich's arena project with new wind," according to Mathias Müller of TZ. Hoeneß, who could be elected club president in November after spending time in prison for tax evasion, said, "I respect [Bayern's] de...

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